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More Than 75 Nanotechnology Companies Express Significant and Continuing Concern for Proposed Patent Reform ActWashington, DC | Posted on October 25th, 2007
It is the position of the NanoBusiness Alliance that patent reform should strengthen, not weaken, protection for intellectual property and incentives for innovation. However, S. 1145, as drafted, puts science-based innovation at risk. As such, numerous nanotechnology companies have joined with others from a wide variety of industries including high-tech, financial services, manufacturing, med-tech, green-tech, and pharmaceuticals to express strong concern for this bill.
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